(A) No person or persons shall conduct any public meeting or event upon the lands or waters owned or administered by the division without first obtaining a permit from the chief of the division upon application made not less than thirty days prior to the day of the proposed meeting or event.
(B) A permit shall not be granted if it is determined by the chief that the specified meeting or event has a reasonable probability of having any of the following effects:
(1) Interfers with normal area usage, or
(2) Endangers the environment, or
(3) Creates great risk of physical harm to the public present in the area, or
(4) Violates the articles of dedication.
(C) The chief may require a performance bond from the permittee as a condition of the issuance of the permit.